Boulder, CO, USA — March 27, 2019 — Running offers much more than just road races and marathons. In her new book, Running Outside the Comfort Zone: An Explorer’s Guide to the Edges of Running, sports columnist Susan Lacke pushes her boundaries by taking on the wackiest, most challenging, and out-there running events to explore what it means to be a “real runner.”
From cheese-rolling and wife-carrying to naked racing and stair climbing, Lacke chronicles her adventures and misadventures in this fun and fearless look at all that running has to offer. Running Outside the Comfort Zone is now available in bookstores, running shops, and online. Preview the book at velopress.com/comfortzone.
Where can running take you? Susan Lacke’s guide to the edges of running will entertain and inspire runners to get outside their comfort zones and find new passion for all that running offers.
Running Outside the Comfort Zone: An Explorer’s Guide to the Edges of Running
Paperback with black-and-white photographs throughout.
5 1/8″ x 8″, 256 pp., $18.95, 9781937715847
Susan Lacke is an adventure junkie, endurance athlete, and writer. She is a featured columnist for Competitor and Triathlete magazines, and her writing has appeared in many national and regional publications including Women’s Running, SUCCESS, and Salt Lake magazine. Susan is the author of Life’s Too Short To Go So F*cking Slow. Learn more about Susan at susanlacke.com.
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